SCHEDULED / Eliminator / Narendra Modi Stadium

Rajasthan Royals
RR
Royal Challengers Bangalore
RCB

SCHEDULED / 1st T20I / Headingley

England
ENG
Pakistan
PAK

COMPLETED / Match 46 / Estonian National Cricket and Rugby Field

Tallinn United
TU
Tallinn Rising Stars
TRS

72/10 (9.2 ov)

TU won by 150 runs.

COMPLETED / Match 47 / Estonian National Cricket and Rugby Field

Tallinn Hippos
TH
Tallinn United
TU

200/1 (10 ov)

TU won by 27 runs.

COMPLETED / Match 48 / Estonian National Cricket and Rugby Field

Tallinn Rising Stars
TRS
Tallinn Hippos
TH

129/3 (7.4 ov)

TH won by 7 wickets

LIVE / Match 49 / Estonian National Cricket and Rugby Field

Tallinn Super Riders
TSR
Tallinn United
TU

TSR elected to bat

SCHEDULED / Match 50 / Estonian National Cricket and Rugby Field

Tallinn Hippos
TH
Tallinn Super Riders
TSR

LIVE / Match 3 / Bready Cricket Club, Magheramason

North West Warriors
NWW
Leinster Lightning
LLG

LLG elected to bowl

CANCELLED / Match 29 / St Xavier's College Ground

DCA Palakkad
PAL
DCA Trichur
TRI

0/0 ( ov)

Match Abandoned Due to Rain

CANCELLED / Match 30 / St Xavier's College Ground

DCA Kollam
KOL
DCA Malappuram
MAP

Match abandoned

COMPLETED / 1st T20I / Prairie View Cricket Complex

United States
USA
Bangladesh
BAN

153/6 (20 ov)

USA of America won by 5 wickets

COMPLETED / Match 45 / Estonian National Cricket and Rugby Field

Tallinn United
TU
Tartu Wolves
TTW

124/3 (10 ov)

TU won by 8 wickets

COMPLETED / Qualifier 1 / Narendra Modi Stadium

Kolkata Knight Riders
KKR
Sunrisers Hyderabad
SRH

159/10 (19.3 ov)

KKR won by 8 wickets

COMPLETED / Match 44 / Estonian National Cricket and Rugby Field

Tallinn United
TU
Tartu CC
TCC

171/3 (10 ov)

TCC won by 73 runs.

COMPLETED / Match 43 / Estonian National Cricket and Rugby Field

Tartu CC
TCC
Tartu Wolves
TTW

100/2 (8.4 ov)

TTW won by 8 wickets

COMPLETED / Practice OD / County Ground

England Women Development
ENG-WD
Pakistan Women
PK-W

150/10 (43.2 ov)

ENG-WD won by 26 runs (DLS method)

COMPLETED / Match 42 / Estonian National Cricket and Rugby Field

Tallinn Hippos
TH
Tartu Wolves
TTW

144/1 (10 ov)

TH won by 7 wickets

CANCELLED / Match 28 / St Xavier's College Ground

DCA Pathanamthitta
PTH
DCA Trichur
TRI

179/3 (19 ov)

Match abandoned

COMPLETED / Match 41 / Estonian National Cricket and Rugby Field

Tartu CC
TCC
Tallinn Hippos
TH

156/1 (7 ov)

TH won by 9 wickets

COMPLETED / Match 27 / St Xavier's College Ground

DCA Kollam
KOL
DCA Palakkad
PAL

87/4 (7 ov)

KOL won by 8 wickets

SCHEDULED / 1st Quarter Final / TBA

TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA

SCHEDULED / 2nd Quarter Final / TBA

TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA

SCHEDULED / 1st ODI / County Ground

England Women
ENG-W
Pakistan Women
PK-W

SCHEDULED / 2nd T20I / Prairie View Cricket Complex

United States
USA
Bangladesh
BAN

SCHEDULED / Match 10 / Sulaibiya Cricket Ground

Kuwait Under-19s
KUW-U19
AL Rasheed
ARS

SCHEDULED / Match 11 / Sulaibiya Cricket Ground

AL Mulla Exchange
AEC
Tally Rangers
TCC

SCHEDULED / 1st Semi Final / TBA

TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA

SCHEDULED / 2nd Semi Final / TBA

TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA

SCHEDULED / 31st Match / Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street

Durham
DUR
Somerset
SOM

SCHEDULED / 32nd Match / The Rose Bowl

Hampshire
HAM
Surrey
SUR

SCHEDULED / 33rd Match / St Lawrence Ground

Kent
KET
Essex
ESS

SCHEDULED / 34th Match / Old Trafford

Lancashire
LAN
Warwickshire
WAS

SCHEDULED / 35th Match / County Ground, New Road

Worcestershire
WOR
Nottinghamshire
NOT

SCHEDULED / Match 12 / Sulaibiya Cricket Ground

NCM Investments
NCMI
Stack CC
SCC

SCHEDULED / 25th Match / County Ground, Bristol

Gloucestershire
GLO
Derbyshire
DER

SCHEDULED / 26th Match / Grace Road

Leicestershire
LEI
Glamorgan
GLA

SCHEDULED / 27th Match / Lord's

Middlesex
MID
Sussex
SUS

SCHEDULED / 28th Match / County Ground

Northamptonshire
NOR
Yorkshire
YOR

SCHEDULED / Qualifier 2 / MA Chidambaram Stadium

Sunrisers Hyderabad
SRH
TBA
TBA

SCHEDULED / Match 13 / Sulaibiya Cricket Ground

Kuwait Swedish
KW
CECC-A
CEC-A

SCHEDULED / 3rd T20I / Prairie View Cricket Complex

United States
USA
Bangladesh
BAN

SCHEDULED / Final / TBA

TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA

Most Runs in Indian Premier League

IPL is a league of excellent players from all over the world and with so many veterans and new players who possess really good skills, new cricketing milestones are sure to be reached and breached. To acknowledge one such skill, the award of the orange cap in Indian Premier League was introduced. It is awarded to the player who has scored the maximum aggregate of runs by the end of the season. Over 17 years IPL has witnessed many masterclasses and Cricket Addictor brings to you the list of all the IPL orange cap holders.

Over the years, the IPL orange cap list saw the inclusion of many names, some classic veterans, and some newcomers all set to showcase their skills on a big platform like IPL. The first name that went in the orange cap in Indian Premier League list is Shaun Marsh from KXIP, who scored 616 runs at a strike rate of 139.68; following which Matthew Hayden got his name registered in the list of orange cap in IPL all season scoring 572 runs for CSK at a commendable strike rate of 144.81. 

Sachin Tendulkar, in the very next season, smashed 618 runs for MI in the season and won the orange cap. Chris Gayle is the only batsman till date who won the IPL orange cap for two consecutive seasons scoring 608 and 733 runs in the 4th and 5th seasons of the league.

Michael Hussey equalled the record of 733 runs in the very next season and won the cap batting at a strike rate of 129.5 for CSK after whom Robin Uthappa (660 runs) won the orange cap in 2014 for KKR.
David Warner has won the highest number of IPL orange cap (2015, 2017, 2019) for SRH scoring an aggregate of 562, 641, and 692 runs all at a strike rate of above 140.

Although RCB lost to SRH in the finals of IPL 2016, Virat Kohli broke all previous IPL orange cap records by scoring a massive 973 runs at an excellent strike rate of 152.03, which is the highest till date.
Kane Williamson (735 runs) won the cap in IPL 2018 for SRH.
In IPL 2020, KL Rahul (670 runs), won the orange cap playing for KXIP currently known as the Punjab Kings.
Ruturaj Gaikwad won the orange cap in Indian Premier League season 14 scoring 635 runs batting for Chennai Super Kings at a strike rate of 157.80, also becoming only the third batsman from the team to cross the 600 mark.
Continuing his red-hot form, Jos Buttler went all guns blazing in the 15th season aggregating 863 runs scored at the strike rate of 149.06.
Shubhman Gill surpassed Ruturaj Gaikwad to become the youngest orange cap holder IPL in the 16th season smashing 890 runs at a strike rate of 157.80.

With the kind of batting masterclass IPL witnesses every year, the orange cap in Indian Premier League list will see new names with some new records for sure. To be updated about such information from your favorite game, follow Cricket Addictor.

No Player M Inns Runs S/R 4s 6s
1 14 14 708 155.60 59 37
2 14 14 583 141.16 58 18
3 13 13 533 199.63 61 31
4 13 12 531 152.59 38 31
5 12 12 527 141.29 48 16
6 14 14 520 136.13 45 19
7 13 13 504 156.52 47 23
8 14 14 499 178.21 35 36
9 13 13 482 179.85 50 32
10 14 14 470 207.05 35 41
M: Matches,
W: Won,
L: Lost,
T: Tie,
N/R: No Result,
PTS: Points,
Net RR: Net run rate,
Q: Qualified

Shaun Marsh won the first orange cap in IPL, scoring 616 runs for KXIP.

Shubhman Gill (then 23 years) became the youngest cricketer to have won the orange cap in 2023 surpassing Ruturaj Gaikwad (24 years).

Shubhman Gill playing for GT was the last IPL orange cap winner scoring 863 runs at a massive strike rate of 157.80

Virat Kohli set a record of 973 runs in a single season of Indian Premier League playing for RCB in 2016.

David Warner won the orange cup for most number of times; thrice (2015, 2017, 2019) playing for SRH all three times.